1 April-30 June. Exhibition relating to the life of Pharaoh Tutankhamon whose tomb was discovered by British archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922.
The artefacts on display include 30 reproductions of the original treasures including sarcophagi, jewels, masks, fans and a golden throne, replicating the tomb of Tutankhamon who reigned from 1333 until 1323 BC.
The show is in the 220-sqm museum in the basement of Rome’s Egyptian Academy building which underwent extensive renovations five years ago.
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Tutankhamon at Egyptian Academy in Rome
Egyptian Academy in Rome, Via Omero 4, (Valle Giulia) tel. 063201896.
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